Mont-Tremblant Real Estate and Royal LePage Mont-Tremblant Region join forces

Mont-Tremblant, Quebec

We are pleased to announce the acquisition of Royal LePage Région Mont-Tremblant and independent brokerage Mont-Tremblant Real Estate, effective March 27, 2018. The merged company retains the name and brand identity of Mont-Tremblant Real Estate, and becomes a division of Royal LePage. Paul Dalbec, former owner of Royal LePage Région Mont-Tremblant, and Jennifer McKeown, former owner and founder of Mont-Tremblant Real Estate, are responsible for managing operations of this newly merged brokerage.

The region of Mont-Tremblant is the most important luxury real estate market in Quebec outside of Montreal, amplified by its unique positioning as a leading ski destination and four season locale. The merger of these two companies, under which twenty-some real estate brokers operate, as a division of Royal LePage, will allow the brokerage to raise its profile in the luxury real estate segment.

Paul Dalbec and Jennifer McKeown

“We sought to team up under one single entity and to preserve our respective competitive edge,” explained Dalbec, adding that this alliance is a natural step in developing a luxury real estate offer given the shared business culture.

The Mont-Tremblant real estate market is known internationally as a luxury destination and this new Royal LePage division is a promising development in this niche market.

The merged brokerage will operate primarily from the Mont-Tremblant Real Estate location, with a satellite office in St-Jovite, at the current Royal LePage Région Mont-Tremblant sales office.

 

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